Bret D. Anderson

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This work presents a new approach to conformal all-quadrilateral mesh adaptation. Most current quadrilateral adaptivity techniques rely on mesh refinement or a complete remesh of the domain. In contrast, we introduce a new method that incorporates both conformal refinement and coarsening strategies on an existing mesh of any density or configuration. Given(More)
In this study, we introduce the prospect of using prognostic model-generated meteorological output as input to steady-state dispersion models by identifying possible advantages and disadvantages and by presenting a comparative analysis. Because output from prognostic meteorological models is now routinely available and is used for Eulerian and Lagrangian(More)
ii NOTICE The information in this document is in DRAFT form and is still under review by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Federal Land Managers (FLMs). The draft revisions to the IWAQM Phase 2 recommendations presented herein are still undergoing internal testing to assess their viability for meeting the technical objectives of this(More)
In this study, we introduce the prospect of using prognos-tic model-generated meteorological output as input to steady-state dispersion models by identifying possible advantages and disadvantages and by presenting a comparative analysis. Because output from prognostic meteorological models is now routinely available and is used for Eulerian and Lagrangian(More)
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